In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
Great article! Well done.
Teen Vogue is part of a proverbial 3-legged stool. It is fed with customers who are indoctrinated by government schools to accept moral depravity as normal and whose appetite is stimulated for their evil product. The last leg is so-called ‘parents’ who feed government indoctrination centers with innocent children. I’m reminded of the axiom, ‘Things equal to the same are equal to each other’.And please folks, don’t jive this old coot with ‘But our government school is a good school with good teachers.’ Different cafeteria, same Federal food’. Montana Guy
So true... As Christians we MUST stop feeding our children to the beast (gov schools!). A great link to help parents with this is https://exodusmandate.org/ Thanks Patrice for your well written article.Janae @ Creekside Farmstead
Dear Mrs. Lewis,Your article was written perfectly about a very disturbing subject. Thank you for bringing this to my/our attention. I am a grandfather and I will make sure all my adult children, now parents, will get a copy of your article.You certainly spoke for my wife and I.God Bless.
Very well written article, that says it like it is. This is straight out pornography instruction for children. -Sandra T.
Remember in 1980- 1990 we had Dr Ruth teaching kids the SAME THING . to prevent pregnancy , everyone was falling all over her for her "wisdom."
The demonic is hard at work in our country, unfortunately.Those who have eyes, let them see. Those who have ears, let them hear. I kind of recall someone famous saying that. Let me think....
I don't know WHAT I think about a magazine issuing a frank lecture about how to have safe anal sex with teenagers.When I was my oldest daughter's age (for that matter, when I was an adult woman living in my own place), I said "NO" to sexual encounters with impunity. "No, I don't want to kiss you. We've been 'going together' for a week." "No, I don't want you to put your hand there. I don't know you that well." "No, I don't want to put my hands there." "No, I don't want to go back to your place." "No, I don't want to have sex with you yet." "NO!!"I wondered why they stopped talking to me. I thought it must be that I was a lousy conversationalist. Now I know better.I'd just like to go back to living in a culture where a teenager can take it for granted that it's OK to say "NO".
I am in utter shock. I know the liberal agenda is pushing limits, but THIS one goes too freaking far! Thank you for visiting this issue.
Sexual education is very tough subject to speak about. And to think how much courage you must have had to write an article like this makes me adore you. I agree with some of the comments above. You have certainly written what most parents think, but are too afraid to speak out. It isn’t the time to think about sex yet. For our kids it is the time to learn the world and write essays online in order to build a successful career path. They should know about safe sex, but not hat brutal way.
http://www.teenvogue.com/contributor/gigi-engleTip of the iceberg....